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Overindulge at these 12 Popular Sydney Hotels with Spa Baths

Sydney is synonymous with the best kind of overindulgence, from dessert bars and idyllic beaches to designer boutiques and pampering day spas. On your next romantic Sydney holiday, make sure you take indulgence to that next level by staying at one of these 12 highly-rated Sydney hotels with spa baths.

With over 400 million visitors to HotelsCombined each year, we’ve saved you the trouble of searching for the top Sydney hotels with spa baths. The accommodations below all boast a room with a spa bath, and put an emphasis on luxury and relaxation, whether it’s with heavenly king-size beds, on-site restaurants or spacious penthouse suites.

Sydney CBD hotels with spa baths

Best Sydney CBD Hotels with Spa Baths

Hilton Sydney

Hilton Sydney Spa

Hilton Sydney

Positioned two blocks away from Hyde Park, Hilton Sydney boasts an ideal location among George Street’s high-end shopping malls and cocktail bars. This luxurious hotel features first-class facilities, including the stylish Zeta Bar and Marble Bar, pampering Alysium Spa and fully-equipped LivingWell Health Club with 25-metre-long indoor pool. Foodies will no doubt love the on-site restaurant, Glass Brasserie, which serves delectable meals designed by celebrity chef, Luke Mangan.

All the rooms and suites at Hilton Sydney boast extravagant interior decor and plush furnishings. However, if you’re seeking a room with a spa bath, opt for the King Relaxation Room or King Relaxation Suite, which also include city vistas, minibars, plasma TVs and complimentary breakfast. For added luxury, stay in the Master King Suite, which features a freestanding spa bath overlooking the cityscape and access to the Executive Lounge.

Star Rating: 5*
Price: AUD 167 – AUD 1,028
Guest Rating: 8.8
Address: 488 George Street, Sydney CBD, Sydney, Australia

Sheraton on the Park Sydney

Sheraton on the Park Sydney Spa

Sheraton on the Park Sydney

HotelsCombined visitors rave about the glamorous indoor swimming pool at Sheraton on the Park Sydney, which has sky windows and views across Sydney Harbour. It’s part of a state-of-the-art fitness centre, which complements the hotel’s On The Park Rejuvenation Day Spa and 18 meeting rooms. Guests can also enjoy high tea in The Gallery, cocktails at The Conservatory Bar and a seafood buffet at Feast restaurant.

There are 557 rooms and suites to choose from, but for a relaxing in-room spa, your best bet is booking the Terrace Spa Suite. This cosy abode also has Spa Butler services and a private terrace overlooking Hyde Park. You can stay in the Ambassador Suite or Royal Suite, which has a butler’s entry, blackout curtains and a large dining table. 

Star Rating: 5*
Price: AUD 178 – AUD 1,236
Guest Rating: 9.2
Address: 161 Elizabeth Street, Sydney CBD, Sydney, Australia

Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel Sydney

Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel Sydney Spa

Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel Sydney

Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel Sydney is perfect for sightseeing, thanks to its prime location in the heart of Sydney’s CBD, situated within walking distance from the Museum of Sydney, Royal Botanic Gardens and Circular Quay. This five-star hotel is known for its stylish and comfortable rooms, as well as its spacious suites and work-friendly Business Class Rooms. The Studio Spa Suite and One-Bedroom Spa Suite both feature pampering spa baths, along with chic lounge areas and king-size beds.

You’ll find ample dining opportunities around Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel Sydney, but there’s also no need to leave the hotel for gourmet meals thanks to the award-winning Bentley Restaurant & Bar. Book a private dinner in the on-site Lady Fairfax Room or settle in for late-night drinks at The Fax Bar.

Star Rating: 5*
Price: AUD 148 – AUD 987
Guest Rating: 9.2
Address: 27 O’Connell Street, Sydney CBD, Sydney, Australia

Sydney Harbour Marriott Hotel at Circular Quay 

Sydney Harbour Marriott Hotel at Circular Quay Spa

Sydney Harbour Marriott Hotel at Quay

You’re spoiled for choice for suites with in-room spa baths at Sydney Harbour Marriott Hotel at Circular Quay. The Spa Suite is the most affordable, and also features a king-size bed, work desk and minibar. Up the ante with the Duplex Suite or Presidential Suite, both of which have views of the Opera House and Sydney Harbour, along with six-seater dining tables. All three suites let you relax in spacious two-person whirlpool baths with high-quality Bulgari amenities, including moisturiser and soap.

This luxury hotel also has an indoor swimming pool, sauna and fitness centre with personal trainers. On-site dining includes the renowned Three Bottle Man Bar, which serves cocktails and seasonal tapas, and Silvester’s Restaurant, where you can pair over 100 wines with quality Australian produce.

Star Rating: 5*
Price: AUD 182 – AUD 715
Guest Rating: 8.7
Address: 30 Pitt Street, Sydney CBD, Sydney, Australia

Westin Sydney 

Westin Sydney SpaWestin SydneyThe baths at Westin Sydney have won over numerous HotelsCombined visitors, but it’s the spa baths that truly deliver the ultimate relaxation. Opulence awaits in the Martin Place Suite, where you’re surrounded by city vistas, contemporary artwork and chic furnishings. It’s also blessed with a plunge spa bath, steam room and signature bathroom amenities.

Your well-being is a top priority at this central hotel, from the complimentary access to a Good Life Health Club and exclusive fitness programs to the hired gym gear and provided city running maps. However, you’ll also find plenty of opportunities to indulge, especially at Mosaic restaurant, which serves Australian cuisine under an impressive atrium. Business travellers will appreciate the range of meeting and boardrooms, while leisure travellers will find SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium, Sydney Tower Eye and Hyde Park within walking distance.

Star Rating: 5*
Price: AUD 146 – AUD 792
Guest Rating: 9.4
Address: 1 Martin Place, Sydney CBD, Sydney, Australia

Pullman Quay Grand Sydney Harbour

Pullman Quay Grand Sydney Harbour SpaPullman Quay Grand Sydney HarbourOverlooking the dazzling Sydney Harbour, the five-star Pullman Quay Grand Sydney Harbour places you in the heart of one of Sydney’s best dining and entertainment areas. You’re surrounded by boutique bars and award-winning restaurants, along with cultural attractions, including Government House and The Rocks Discovery Museum. The hotel matches surrounding dining establishments for style and quality with its Q Dining restaurant and Hacienda Sydney, a Cuban-inspired bar.

The luxurious all-suite accommodation comes in one and two-bedroom options overlooking the Royal Botanic Gardens or Circular Quay. These self-contained suites have fully-equipped kitchens, private balconies and separate living and dining areas. All of them feature divine bathrooms with alluring spa baths. Families can take advantage of the on-site babysitting service, while all couples will appreciate the early check-in and shuttle buses to Sydney Airport.

Star Rating: 5*
Price: AUD 290 – AUD 956
Guest Rating: 9.3
Address: 61 Macquarie Street East Circular Quay, Sydney CBD, Sydney, Australia

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Other Sydney Hotels with Spa Baths

Astral Tower & Residences at The Star

Astral Tower & Residences at The Star SpaAstral Tower & Residences at The StarAstral Tower & Residences at The Star BedroomLocated in Pyrmont, Astral Tower & Residences at The Star keeps you close to Sydney’s bustling CBD while surrounding you with waterfront parks and cultural attractions, such as the Sydney Lyric Theatre and International Convention Centre Sydney. You’ll find few holiday abodes that do better than the Astral Tower Penthouse with its spa baths, which also offers a full kitchen, personal butler, sauna and uninterrupted Sydney Harbour vistas.

Rest and rejuvenation come naturally at this hotel, thanks to the on-site fitness centre and glamorous swimming pool. Couples also have access to the hotel’s diverse entertainment options, from sports bars and cocktail lounges to Asian restaurants and barbecue grills. Head to the casino to test your luck on table games and slot machines while enjoying first-class drinks service and live entertainment.

Star Rating: 5*
Price: AUD 171 – AUD 2,583
Guest Rating: 8.9
Address: 80 Pyrmont Street, Pyrmont, Sydney, Australia

Novotel Sydney Brighton Beach

Novotel Sydney Brighton Beach SpaNovotel Sydney Brighton BeachEnjoy Brighton Beach’s idyllic coastal vibes while indulging in unbridled luxury at Novotel Sydney Brighton Beach, which sits one street back from the white sand and grassy picnic areas. The hotel’s wealth of resort-style facilities includes a sun-drenched pool and sun loungers, state-of-the-art gym, day spa and the Vela 3 Bar. You can also combine Botany Bay views with a fresh seafood buffet at the on-site Baygarden Restaurant.

There are affordable rooms at Novotel Sydney Brighton Beach, but if you’re seeking a spa bath to complete your beach holiday, pay a little extra for the Suite. This extravagant holiday home not only has a double spa bath, but also features a private balcony, king-size bed and minibar. Chill out on the beach or treat yourself to ice cream at Bay Vista Dessert Bar or juicy ribs at Hurricane’s Grill Brighton Le Sands.

Star Rating: 4.5*
Price: AUD 168 – AUD 597
Guest Rating: 7.7
Address: Corner Grand Parade and Princess Street, Brighton-Le-Sands, Sydney, Australia

Park Hyatt Sydney

Park Hyatt Sydney SpaPark Hyatt SydneyPark Hyatt Sydney has gained impressive popularity among HotelsCombined visitors who love its stunning swimming pool and relaxing baths. If you want to experience the highest point of luxury, give yourself the royal treatment in the Sydney Suite, which boasts an oversized spa bath, chef-appointed kitchen and gas fireplace. There’s even a private terrace with outdoor dining and 360-degree views of the Sydney Opera House, Sydney Harbour and Harbour Bridge.

Spend hours in your suite’s spa bath or boost your rejuvenation with a pampering massage or personalised treatment at The Spa at Park Hyatt Sydney. Combine waterfront views with a signature Australian menu at the on-site Dining Room or organise an authentic high tea. Take a short stroll to the bustling Rocks Market, or experience unforgettable thrills at BridgeClimb Sydney.

Star Rating: 5*
Price: AUD 651 – AUD 2,759
Guest Rating: 9.1
Address: 7 Hickson Road, The Rocks, New South Wales, Sydney, Australia

Coogee Bay Hotel

Coogee Bay Hotel SpaCoogee Bay HotelFirst opened in 1875, Coogee Bay Hotel showcases its historical beachfront pub vibe alongside the picturesque Coogee Beach and Thompsons Bay. Guests are also within walking access to oceanfront cafes, lookout points and beachy cocktail bars. This local favourite has its own relaxed on-site dining establishments, including The Garden and Brasserie. The Beach Bar provides ocean views and fruity cocktails, while Sports Bar is perfect for a round of pool.

Nestled behind the main buildings, the Boutique Rooms at Coogee Bay Hotel offer contemporary and beach cottage-style decor. Book the Ocean Spa room for an indulgent spa bath, as well as a king-size bed, private balcony, lounge area and ocean vistas. This hotel is a hotspot for regular events, including Australia Day spit roasts, Valentine’s Day seafood platters and paella pop-ups.

Star Rating: 4*
Price: AUD 115 – AUD 391
Guest Rating: 8.1
Address: 9 Vicar Street, Coogee, Sydney, Australia

Novotel Sydney Parramatta 

Novotel Sydney ParramattaNestled on the Parramatta River near the leafy River Foreshore Reserve, Novotel Sydney Parramatta enjoys suburban tranquillity only 40 minutes from the Sydney CBD. Contemporary decor and cosy furnishings create homey and stylish abodes, but when it comes to high-end luxury, you can’t look past the King Spa Suite. There are only three of these two-storey suites, and they all boast river views, kitchenettes, LCD TVs, in-room yoga mats and, of course, spa baths.

Relax in the on-site pool, work up a sweat at the gym or dine on Western-Asian fusion cuisine at the hotel’s 350 Restaurant and Lounge. Grab a drink or dinner at the restaurant before attending a drama, comedy or music show at the renowned Riverside Theatres across the street.

Star Rating: 4.5*
Price: AUD 125 – AUD 469
Guest Rating: 8.1
Address: 350 Church Street, Parramatta, Sydney, Australia

Mercure Sydney Parramatta

Mercure Sydney Parramatta

Enjoy attentive service and convenient facilities at Mercure Sydney Parramatta, home to the popular M Restaurant that is known for its fresh Australian fare. Active travellers will love the outdoor swimming pool and tennis court, while business travellers have access to a range of versatile meeting rooms with on-site catering. Guests can also take advantage of the hotel’s proximity to Rosehill Gardens racecourse and Sydney Olympic Park for year-round entertainment.

Travellers seeking an in-room spa bath should book the King Executive Spa Suite, which complements its large corner spa with a separate lounge and dining area, in-house movies and views of Sydney’s glistening city skyline. High-speed internet keeps you well connected, while the 24-hour room service provides no-fuss dining.

Star Rating: 4*
Price: AUD 116 – AUD 346
Guest Rating: 8.4
Address: 106 Hassall Street, Rosehill, Sydney, Australia

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Sydney Activities

6 Romantic Activities in Sydney

1. Sydney Harbour Cruise

Show your partner the magic of Sydney Harbour from the bow of a modern ship on a Sydney Harbour Cruise. See Sydney’s iconic sights, such as the Opera House and Harbour Bridge, while sipping on cocktails. Choose a cruise to suit your sightseeing style, from informative history cruises and hop-on-hop-off trips to whale-watching cruises. There are also special event cruises during New Year’s Eve and the Melbourne Cup.

Sydney Harbour Cruise
2. Dinner at Darling Harbour or Barangaroo

For decades, Darling Harbour has been a hotspot for couples seeking a romantic dinner by the water. Fine-dining restaurants, such as Baia The Italian, Hunter & Barrell and The Watershed Hotel provide ideal settings for candlelit romance, while street performers, theatres and lounge bars ensure the night continues long after dessert. Barangaroo is one of Sydney’s newest dining and entertainment hubs, where you can enjoy high-street shopping, art galleries and foodie havens.

Darling Harbour
3. Royal Botanic Garden Picnic

Home to vibrant seasonal blooms, sprawling lawns and secluded spots among native trees, the Royal Botanic Garden is perfect for a romantic picnic. You have about 30 hectares to get lost in, including tranquil ponds and grassy waterfront hilltops. Pack your picnic and settle in for an afternoon among nature. If you feel like seeing more of the gardens, take a guided Aboriginal bush foods tour or ride the Choo Choo Express train.

Royal Botanic Garden Sydney
4. Overnight Stay at Taronga Zoo

One of the oldest zoos in Australia, Taronga Zoo is a dream for animal lovers, home to over 350 species from around the globe, including rhinos, crocodiles, anacondas, meerkats and quokkas. Few experiences at Taronga Zoo match the Roar & Snore’s unique encounters and magical setting. You stay in glamping accommodation overlooking Sydney Harbour and enjoy a buffet dinner, interactive keeper tours, a night safari and up-close meetings with animals.

Taronga Zoo
5. Coastal Walks

Do you enjoy the outdoors? Explore Australia’s world-famous coast together on one of Sydney’s picture-postcard coastal walks. Sydney’s subtropical weather is perfect for outdoor adventures, and the Federation Cliff Walk is a great route for couples seeking panoramic Tasman Sea vistas and clifftop lookouts. Alternatively, hike from Bradleys Head to Chowder Bay, which leads you along the Lower North Shore to the secluded Balmoral Beach.

6. St George Open Air Cinema

If you’re just looking to kick back and enjoy Hollywood entertainment, check out the St George Open Air Cinema, which overlooks the Opera House and Harbour Bridge. The three-storey-high theatre screen and 32-speaker surround sound system provide a high-quality cinematic experience. The open-air cinema is partnered with some of Sydney’s top caterers, so couples can pair the movie with gourmet meals, champagne and classic movie snacks.

St George Open Air Cinema

Overindulgence is Your Best Life in Sydney

Sydney is one of Australia’s best cities for luxury, entertainment and fine dining. However, there’s always time for relaxation, especially when you book a hotel with an in-room spa bath. The most popular Sydney hotels with spa baths provide four and five-star accommodation with on-site dining, leisure facilities and scenic locales.

What’s your favourite place in Sydney for a romantic holiday? Let us know in the comments.

Author: Ben Stower

I'm enamoured with travel, whether it's finding the quiet, local sanctuaries in touristic cities, venturing into rock vaults in a distant jungle or spending hours on a Spanish beach. I can't see an end to my travelling. Just another chapter and another story to tell.

Ben Stower
I'm enamoured with travel, whether it's finding the quiet, local sanctuaries in touristic cities, venturing into rock vaults in a distant jungle or spending hours on a Spanish beach. I can't see an end to my travelling. Just another chapter and another story to tell.
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